Town of Mt. Vernon Comprehensive Plan
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Martin Luther King Jr. Program and March
January 18th, 2016
4th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr March and Program..
Mayor, Town Council, Pastors, and citizens (pictured below)
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT 1. MINISTER JAMES TROTTER, 2. BARBARA McCONNELL, 3. LINDA ROBINS, 4. JIMMY RUTLAND, 5. KATHY SIMISON, 6. ALICE RUTLAND, 7. CO CHAIR BILL DAVIES, (receiving the certificate), 8. CHAIRPERSON VERDELL TROTTER-DEES, 9. MAYOR JAMES ADAMS, 10. BARBARA RAPIER, 11. REX RAPIER, 12. JEWEL ANDREWS, 13, MARY TROTTER, 14. BRENT TAYLOR, 15. COUNCILWOMAN JOHNNIE ROBINSON
December 5, 2015
Merry Christmas from the Mayor & Council
Mayor James Adams
Attorney Jay Ross;
Director Jerry Taylor
& Councilwoman Johnnie Robinson
Council women Gwendolyn Pugh & Jeanette McGaskill....Counselman James May
*Not pictured Councilman Roosevelt Dean
Welcome New Businesses
May 27, 2012 was the ceremony unveiling eight Historical Markers in Mt. Vernon
Old Federal Road,
MT. Vernon Barracks - Searcy Hospital,
Col. Ephraim Kirby Grave,
MT. Vernon Museum-- Old Train Depot,
St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church -Chastang
Seniors Come Join the Fun!
Senior Citizens meet at the Mt. Vernon Senior Center at 1220 Military Road for lunch and activities from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday - Friday. The center is closed on Saturday and Sunday. For more information call 251-829-9696.
Lunch Donation $1.25
Mount Vernon waste collection is now provided by Advanced Disposal.
Garbage is collected on Mondays in all areas.
For more information see the waste collection page.
February 9 meeting is cancelled due to Mardi Gras
February 23, 2016
at 7 pm
February 23, 2016
Beautiful Mt. Vernon, Alabama, is located on Highway 43, at Highway 96, about 20 miles north of Mobile.
Mt. Vernon's population is 1680.
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Mt. Vernon is the site of historical Fort Stoddert
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